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Saturday, October 07, 2006

Kay Francis in A Notorious Affair

Kay Francis beautifully photographed by Ernest Haller in A Notorious Affair 1930, with set design by Anton Grot. See more of the artistry of Haller and Grot here. To see A Notorious Affair, along with nine other Kay Francis films, tune in to TCM on Monday October 9th for the Kay Francis mini-marathon.





















































































































TCM Schedule Monday October 9th

6:00 AM Passion Flower (1930)
7:30 AM Notorious Affair, A (1930)
8:45 AM Street of Women (1932)
10:00 AM Keyhole, The (1933)
11:15 AM House On 56th Street, The (1933)
12:30 PM Storm At Daybreak (1933)
2:00 PM Mandalay (1934)
3:15 PM British Agent (1934)
4:45 PM Stranded (1935)
6:00 PM Feminine Touch, The (1941)

4 Comments:

Blogger Mariana said...

I love her expression in the first photo.

8:28 PM  
Blogger jtk said...

Me too, thats the best one of the bunch, I think. I also like the second photo, and the second to last one, in profile, spit curls and all. I tried to get good graps, ones without her mouth opened while speaking, eyes opened, good expressions, etc. Sometimes during a close-up there is only a few good frames to choose from.

4:15 PM  
Blogger Mariana said...

I see why she was a fashion icon. The fifth photo with the feather is very stylish. Now there is a Live Journal community for movie stills! http://community.livejournal.com/film_stills/

4:25 AM  
Blogger jtk said...

She was a real clotheshorse, thats for sure.
Thanks for the link! I wonder what frame grabber they use to post them. It must be a really good one, because some of those grabs are HQ and huge!

7:59 PM  

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